The global pandemic is not taking the name of the corona virus. Millions of new positive cases are being reported continuously across the country. Necessary steps have also been taken by the government and administration to keep a check on the ever increasing cases. Despite this, the difficulties of a large number of people are not taking the name of stopping. In this hour of crisis, there are many people who are coming forward to help the needy in different ways. These include auto drivers from Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand,
Ravi, an auto driver, came forward to help patients himself
Ravi’s auto driver Ravi has taken special steps to reduce the hardships of the people in the Corona crisis. He is taking patients from his auto to the hospital for free. In the midst of the corona crisis, many such reports are coming out in which patients have to face trouble due to not getting the ambulance on time. In view of this situation, the auto driver Ravi himself is helping the patients. He has written in his auto- ‘Free service in emergency situation.’
Such steps taken, shared number on social media
Ravi said that he is providing free services to the patients going to the hospital. Since April 15, he has been continuously cooperating in bringing patients to the hospital. He said that I took this decision when no one was ready to take a Kovid infected woman to the hospital on April 15, when he himself took them to Ranchi Rims. He also told that I shared my number on social media so that people can contact me and I can help them if they have trouble visiting the hospital.
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Corona cases are increasing in Jharkhand
On Thursday, 12636 new cases of corona virus infection were reported, increasing the number of infected people in the state to 184951. In the last thirty-six hours, a record 168 people died due to infection, taking the death toll to 1715. This information was given in the report released late Thursday by the Health Department. Out of the state’s 184951 infected, 142294 have recovered and returned to their homes. Apart from this, treatment of 40942 other infected people continues in different hospitals.